BIG

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AcronymDefinition
BIGBelieve In God
BIGBlacks In Government
BIGBest in Group
BIGBadan Informasi Geospasial (Indonesian: Geospatial Information Agency)
BIGBjarke Ingels Group (Copenhagen, Denmark)
BIGBalm in Gilead
BIGBabcock International Group (UK)
BIGBeijing Institute of Genomics (China)
BIGBreast International Group (Belgium)
BIGBerlin International Gaming (Berlin, Germany)
BIGBaltimore Improv Group (Baltimore, MD)
BIGBest in Game
BIGBasel Institute on Governance (Basel, Switzerland)
BIGBoycott Israeli Goods
BIGBusiness Information Group
BIGBiomedical Imaging Group (various locations)
BIGBinary Image Group
BIGBest Impact Graphics
BIGBroadband-in-Gas (wireless communications)
BIGBlind Idiot God (instrumental band)
BIGBoating Infrastructure Grant
BIGBremer Investitions Gesellschaft (German: Bremer Investment Company)
BIGBig Mat - Auber 93 (Tour de France cycling sponsor)
BIGBiker Information Guide (various locations)
BIGBroad Investment Grade (finance)
BIGBalboa Insurance Group (Irvine, CA)
BIGBusiness Interest Group
BIGBorn in Game (gaming; The Sims 2)
BIGBooks Instead of Guns
BIGBrand Identity Guru Inc. (web design)
BIGBond Investors Guaranty
BIGBroadband Internet Gateway
BIGBlackland Income Growth (Texas)
BIGBotulinum Immune Globulin
BIGBiarritz International Groove (music festival; France)
BIGBiological Isolation Garment (US NASA)
BIGBionet Intelligent Gateway (Biodata)
BIGBurlington International Games
BIGBold in God
BIGBusiness Instead of Games (rapper)
BIGBentley Investment Group (Bentley College)
BIGBrandweer Informatiecentrum Gevaarlijke Stoffen (Dutch: Hazardous Substances Information Center; Belgium)
BIGBlocking Island Graph (Zhemin/Hamdi)
BIGBusiness Integration Gateway
BIGBack-Inlet Gully (British building industry)
BIGBilling Improvement Group (Sprint)
BIGBubble Investment Group
BIGButterfly Interest Group Nature Society (Singapore)
BIGBusiness, Industry and Government Club (Harvard Business School)
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Even then, open attacks by one business interest group on another were comparatively rare, as were overt policy struggles within organizations.
The commercial associations (the only type of business interest group then in existence) launched a number of public contributions to aid the war effort and the families of volunteers.
The insights gained from this project on the political goals and strategies of business interest groups will be useful for national and European policy-makers confronting demands by business representatives.
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The decline in the relative strength of organized labor (the AFL-CIO and the United Mine Workers) has amplified the influence of the traditional business interest groups within the state.
Medical savings accounts are not the only provisions under scrutiny from small business interest groups.
Eugene Ridings examines and evaluates the part played by organized business interest groups in Brazilian expansion between the 1834 foundation of the first of them in Rio de Janeiro down to 1900.
He also gives a nod to the ability of the business interest groups to work through politicians for the arbitrary removal of customs officials who were too peremptory.
Kochaneck's excellent study of business interest groups [4] argues that until Bhutto there was virtually no solidarity among the major elements of business.
In the past, he used the same rhetoric on the judiciary, some of whose judgments did not please him, or against business interest groups, including the nation's most powerful and largest trade associations, when they failed to endorse the government's viewpoint.
A number of business interest groups in Europe, too, are less than happy with the Kok report, believing that it has been influenced too much by environmental and social ideals than economic considerations.
It later turned out that the Ergenekon terror network was, in fact, manipulating the events -- with finances coming from some business interest groups as well as from the discretionary funds of the Turkish military.
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